Date

Friday 23 Feb, 1.10pm

Booking

Free, public event
No booking required

Location

Studio 3 Gallery, Jarman Building, The University of Kent, Canterbury, CT2 7UG

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The Ash Archive: Lunchtime Concert

EarBox and University Chamber Choir present a lunchtime concert within the setting of The Ash Archive

Continuing the series exploring the meeting-point of live music and visual art, #EarBox present a an evocative programme of choral music from Tallis to Paul Mealor, set amidst the backdrop of Studio 3’s latest exhibition, ‘The Ash Archive.’

‘The Ash Archive’ examines the human relationship with the ash tree and woodlands. Reflecting on the uncertain future of the ash tree, the exhibition brings together works by artists, designers and local makers which explore our dynamic and complex relationship with the life and death of the natural world. ‘The Ash Archive’ includes works byAckroyd & Harvey, Colin Booth, Adam Chodzko, Sebastian Cox, French & Mottershead, Magz Hall, Max Lamb, David Nash (in collaboration with Common Ground), Autumn Richardson & Richard Skelton and Sheaf + Barley and a collection of objects made from ash wood from Rob Penn’s book “The man who made things out of trees”.